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Volume is a measure of
a) how much space matter takes up
b) how much matter is in a substance
c) the energy of moving particles
d) the force of gravity acting on an object

Mass is a measure of
a) how much space matter takes up
b) how much matter is in a substance
c) the energy of moving particles
d) the force of gravity acting on an object

the volume of a regular solid is calculated by
a) weighing it on a scale
b) multiplying length x width x height
c) submersing it in water in a graduated cylinder
d) blowing hot air on it

the volume of an irregular solid is calculated by
a) weighing it on a scale
b) multiplying length x width x height
c) submersing it in water in a graduated cylinder
d) blowing hot air on it

density is
a) mass/volume
b) volume/mass
c) matter/volume
d) volume/matter

A solid has a mass of 180 grams and a volume of 30 cubic centimeters. What is its density?
a) 6 g/cm3
b) 60 g/cm3
c) 0.6 g/cm3
d) 160 g/cm3

has a mass of 20 grams and a volume of 40 cubic centimeters. What is its density?
a) 50 g/cm3
b) 5 g/cm3
c) 0.5 g/cm3
d) 150 g/cm3

A regular solid has the dimensions 4 cm x 8 cm x 2 cm. What is it's volume
a) 64 cm3
b) 40 cm3
c) 46 cm3
d) 60 cm3

An irregular solid was immersed in 40 mL of water in a graduated cylinder. After the solid was added, the graduated cylinder read 50 mL.
a) 20 mL
b) 10 mL
c) 1.25 mL
d) 0.8 mL

A solid has a mass of 40 grams and a volume of 5 cubic centimeters. Will it sink in water?
a) Yes because its density is more than 1
b) No because its density is more than 1
c) Yes because its density is less than 1
d) No because its density is less than 1

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